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al·i·cy·clic

(al-i-sik'lik),
Denoting an alicyclic compound.

alicyclic

/al·i·cy·clic/ (al″ĭ-sik´lik) having the properties of both aliphatic and cyclic substances.

alicyclic

adjective Referring to a chemical compound (e.g., cycloporopane) that is both aliphatic and cyclic and has one or more all-carbon rings.

alicyclic

Of any organic compound with closed rings of carbon atoms but that still has aliphatic properties.
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